Beyond Bathrooms: Supporting Transgender Students in Your School

This week, #45 rolled back federal protections that allowed transgender students to use school facilities in accordance with their gender identity. Now, 45 had said during his campaign that he was not interested in repealing Obama's executive order on this issue, but it appears that he was quite easily swayed by his cabinet. And even … Continue reading Beyond Bathrooms: Supporting Transgender Students in Your School

Reading Liberation: The Best Social Justice Books for Pre-Schoolers

We're big readers in this family. My dad once told me, "For me, not being able to read would be like not being able to see." The smell of my favorite used book store is as comforting to me as the smell of Christmas cookies. Miles won me over because he understood my reference to Herman … Continue reading Reading Liberation: The Best Social Justice Books for Pre-Schoolers

As the South Goes, So Goes the Nation.

Hey fam. How are you doing lately? If my social media feeds are anything to go off of, you've probably cycled through some of the following emotions recently: shock, anger, determination, shock, anger, sadness, fear, shock, empathy, shock, subjugation, shock that you're still able to feel shock, rebellion, waves of despondence, then maybe some hope after a search … Continue reading As the South Goes, So Goes the Nation.

What Cosmos and a Dog Tell Us About Standardized Testing

I love science. Not just in the facebooky "I fucking looooove science, look at this crazy fangly fish!" way (although I totally do that, too). I love science the way my born-again friends love Jesus. I believe in science, I have faith in its reality and ability to enrich our lives, and I am dedicated to … Continue reading What Cosmos and a Dog Tell Us About Standardized Testing